I’m approximately about 18 months behind in blogging. I wish I was joking… but I’m not.
Truth is, while I love shooting and delivering beautiful images to clients, there comes a time in your life
where you prioritize what makes the daily to-do list, and what doesn’t.
We have a daily allowance of minutes to spend.
Someday, my minutes will run short. I want to know I’ve spent them well.
Also, I know that blogging isn’t as huge as it once was. People prefer instant forms of communication – Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat.
Often, I do too.
But I’m in the business of storytelling, so I still love seeing the story unfold in photographs.
When I took the month of July off from shooting, it didn’t mean I wouldn’t work.
It just meant, it was time to tend to some of those items on the “to-do” list,
that don’t get checked very often.
So here’s another one, Erin & Garrett’s Engagement session.
This was the first time we’d met in person and I just loved them right away. They are both so easy to be with, get to know, talk to.
They are the kind of people you want to be friends with. Erin is stylish, a faithful friend and a born leader.
If you look up dependable in the dictionary, you may see Garrett’s face next to it.
He surprised me at his wedding with all his dance moves, but that’s for another blog;).
Seriously, these two are going to have an amazing life.
He’ll be leading her to dance long into their 80’s and she’ll still smile up at him so hard that her cheeks kiss her eyes.
is that kind of love.
You might not believe me, but the grass really was this bright green. It was lush and lovely – even in Texas.
These two laugh a lot.
And I love that.
I had ^ this ^ image blown up on a canvas for my office wall. Because… I can;).
This is the same tree featured in the first photo, just from a different different angle, and taken at night.
It really is an incredible tree.
Thank you, Erin & Garrett.
You guys have a rare kind of love. Thank you for sharing it with me.
It’s precious, and I know you’ll treasure it.